One of Sydney’s premier law firms, Maddocks were relocating to new floors within their existing building.
Maddocks Sydney office relocated from level 21 up to levels 26 & 27 in the Angel Place building.
Maddocks is ranked as one of Australia’s Top 20 law firms with offices in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney providing premium legal services to corporations, businesses and governments throughout Australia and internationally, across a diverse range of industry sectors.
Their move was the culmination of significant growth over the last 11 years. They now have 19 partners and over 130 lawyers
The 14 week project incorporated the fit out of 3,400sqm across two levels and included a new reception area, meeting and boardrooms, a commercial kitchen, breakout area and open office area with workstations
While the newly leased floors were already connected with an inter-tenancy stair,the existing staircase no longer complied with the BCA, and above all was looking very tired.
Hassell, as part of their overall concept scheme, designed this new cantilevered staircase to not only comply with BCA, but to greatly enhance the contemporary theme of the new office, utilising current design trends such as the use of perforated metal and painted handrails.
FDC Technologies assisted with the delivery of the technological components of the project.
FDC formed a cohesive working partnership with Wilson Management and Hassell Architecture to successfully deliver the project for Maddocks on time and within budget.
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The Angel Place Project on site in SydneyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s CBD involved the construction of a 30 storey commercial development with a five level basement adjacent to a 20 storey building and a low-rise recital hall. Design challenges encompassed the effects of excavation adjacent to a 20 storey neighbouring building and the retention of the heritage-listed Tank Stream, which runs through the... More